Kiko The Artist Brushes
Kiko The Artist Brushes

Feel free to call me shallow (actually, no, don’t!) but I love a coloured brush. They’re just more joy-giving than something that resembles squirrel tails. The new Kiko The Artist collection is all of the brights and includes the Artist Powder Face Brush above (£13.90) and the Artist Foundation Face Brush (£13.90) in the main picture.

Kiko Blending Wave Multicolor Blush
Kiko Blending Wave Multicolor Blush

There’s also a lime-tipped, double ended Artist Eye Brush (£11.90). The brushes are synthetic (thankfully) and while you could never put them up against some of the serious pro-brushes, I have found the Powder Face Brush perfectly easy and effective. I haven’t quite braced myself enough to dip that gorgeous red tip into foundation, but I will. The blush that you see is the Blending Wave Multi Color Blush that comes out on skin a very pretty pink. There is another shade but mine was a casualty of the post!

Kiko Blending Wave Multicolor Blush
Kiko Blending Wave Multicolor Blush

It’s side by side with the Glowing Pearl Cushion Highlighter (£8.90).

Kiko Highlighter
Kiko Highlighter

The highlighter has a small cushion tip so you can add little dabs and blend but really you need a brush to blend on cheek bones – the cushion won’t do it as effectively. The effect is translucent-pearly, but also quite sparkly – it’s not the kind of natural glow highlighter, but it’s really pretty if that’s your chosen effect.

Kiko The Artist collection features loose pigments, eye pencils and lipsticks so if you’re feeling for brights, it launches today HERE.

 

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